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Examples of "odemar"
Fritz Odemar (13 January 1890 – 6 June 1955) was a German film actor. He appeared in 152 films between 1927 and 1955. He was born in Hannover, Germany and died in Munich, Germany. Odemar's father was the actor Fritz Odemar Sr. (Karl Julius Friedrich Odemar; 1858–1926).
Odemar is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Achille Picchi, Eduardo Escalante, Estércio Marquez, Odemar Brígido, Neder Nassaro and Frederico Richter has written concertos especially for the guitarist.
Artists' Blood (German:Artistenblut) is a 1949 West German comedy film directed by Wolfgang Wehrum and starring Hans Richter, Dorit Kreysler and Fritz Odemar.
In 1956, Barker lost a paternity suit in Los Angeles. Judge Walter H. Odemar ruled that Barker was the father of Morgana, a daughter born to actress Yvonne Doughty.
Erik Ode (born Fritz Erik Signy Odemar, 6 November 1910 in Berlin – 19 July 1983 in Kreuth-Weißach) was a German director and actor who was most famous for playing Kommissar "Herbert Keller" in the German television drama "Der Kommissar" (The Police Inspector). He married Hilde Volk in 1942.
The Young Count (German:Der junge Graf) is a 1935 Czech-German comedy film directed by Carl Lamac and starring Anny Ondra, Hans Söhnker and Fritz Odemar. It is set around the circus, part of a subgenre of Circus films. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Wilhelm Depenau and Erich Zander.
Goodbye, Franziska (German:Auf Wiedersehn, Franziska!) is a 1941 German romance film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Marianne Hoppe, Hans Söhnker and Fritz Odemar. It portrays the relationship between a globetrotting reporter and his devoted wife. The film was remade in 1957.
The Hound of the Baskervilles (German:Der Hund von Baskerville ) is a 1937 German mystery film directed by Carl Lamac and starring Bruno Güttner, Fritz Odemar and Peter Voß. It is an adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes's story "The Hound of the Baskervilles" by Arthur Conan Doyle.
The English Marriage (German: Die Englische Heirat) is a 1934 German comedy film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Adele Sandrock, Fritz Odemar and Georg Alexander. A young German woman is engaged to marry a British aristocrat, but has to win over his hostile family. It was based on a novel by Ludwig von Wohl.
After the war Johst was interned by the Allies. In 1949 he was tried for his activities, and was imprisoned for three and a half years. On his release he was unable to reestablish his career as a writer. Johst was sentenced with a ten-year writing ban. He was only able to publish poems under the pseudonym "Odemar Oderich" for "Die kluge Hausfrau", the magazine of the German supermarket chain Edeka .
Kitty and the World Conference (German:Kitty und die Weltkonferenz) is a 1939 German comedy film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Hannelore Schroth, Fritz Odemar and Christian Gollong. The film is a screwball-style comedy set against the backdrop of an international peace conference. Following the outbreak of the Second World War the Propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels ordered it withdrawn from cinemas as it he felt it presented too favourable a view of Britain.
Love Premiere (German:Liebespremiere) is a 1943 German sophisticated comedy directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Hans Söhnker, Kirsten Heiberg and Fritz Odemar. The film's sets were designed by Robert Herlth. The film based on the stage play "Axel an der Himmelstür", that was a great success for Zarah Leander and established her marvelous career in 1936. When Zarah Leander followed her contract to the Ufa in Babelsberg in 1937, Kirsten Heiberg should replaced Zarah Leander on the stage but refused to. In 1943 originally Zarah Leander was the first choice to recreate her role on the silver screen but she left Germany in the midst of 1943. Thus Kirsten Heiberg could return to the screen after a film interdiction of two years. Her husband Franz Grothe wrote all new songs for her and the film was a huge success. It is totally non-political and still one of the best German efforts to find an own kind of sophisticated comedy.